Hollywood Hills, CA
As the ultimate in status, luxury, and aesthetics, its name alone is known the world-over as the home to the rich and famous. With homes ranging from classic to neo-modern, the remarkably diverse architecture is a sight to behold and offers something for everyone. From five-star restaurants to outdoor activities and everything in between, it’s all at your fingertips. Best of all, with its relatively low population density, these big-city amenities await in what is still a secluded, private setting. It’s truly the best of both worlds and make it easy to see why this is the place to truly live amongst the stars.
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In 1967, George Harrison wrote, "Blue Jay Way" while living in the Hollywood Hills on the street of the same name.
The world famous Hollywood Sign was first erected in 1924 and read, "Hollywoodland."
- In 1886, H.H Wilcox buys an area of Rancho La Brea that is then named Hollywood by his wife Daeida.